Tree Planting and Stewardship
Tree planting and stewardship events take place all year long, but we are especially busy with tree planting and care during the rainy months. Most events take place on Saturday mornings and include all of the training and tools.
Planting Events (October – May)
In the winter season, you’ll find us planting native trees, shrubs, and grasses at our various restoration sites across our six-county region. Help us get native vegetation in the ground and off to a good start! Family-friendly, best for volunteers 6 years and older.
Mulching Events (May - September)
Mulching is one of the easiest ways to protect and nourish trees while ensuring soil retains moisture. Join us in mulching young and mature trees alike at parks, schools, and reforestation sites. Family-friendly, best for volunteers 6 years and older.
Site Care (year-round)
Our reforestation sites often need a little TLC. We welcome you to join our clean-up and care efforts that may include mulching, removing tree tubing, removing or installing irrigation systems, and litter collection as well as other clean-up tasks. Family-friendly, best for volunteers 6 years and older.
Visit our list of upcoming volunteer events or learn how to volunteer as a group.
Register online to join us at an event and follow the tips below for a successful volunteer experience.
To ensure you have a great experience, please:
- Have a healthy breakfast
- Wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes
- Bring a water bottle
- Bring your completed Volunteer Release form
Children ages 6 - 14 are welcome to participate, but must be accompanied by an adult and have a volunteer release form signed by their parent/legal guardian. Youth ages 15 - 17 can attend unsupervised, but are required to provide a volunteer release form signed by their parent/legal guardian.